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Re: krb5 builtin busted ? (was Re: heimdal builtin busted?)
On Mon, 26 Sep 2016, Richard PALO wrote:
> Le 25/09/16 21:56, John D. Baker a écrit :
> > So, no change in behavior with or without the patch.
> Well, this patchset (regarding this situation) only adapted from
> KRB5_DEFAULT?=heimdal with 'natively' installed mit-krb5 or heimdal.
> Meaning that, in this particular case, the result of KRB5_DEFAULT is
> identical for you unless you explicitly set KRB5_DEFAULT=mit-krb5.
Right. For NetBSD, KRB5_DEFAULT is "heimdal" (the native/builtin version)
regardless of whether another kerberos has been installed.
> (btw, have you tried this?)
No. At least, I've not resorted to this yet.
> I can certainly see the value of checking first for something already
> installed, so I'll see if I can come up with something for evaluation.
I wonder why one package's need for a different kerberos implementation
should adversely affect other packages' satisfaction with the
native/builtin kerberos (whichever it may be). Having pkgsrc "mit-krb5"
installed shouldn't break other packages ability to use a native "heimdal"
(and vice-versa, I should think).
> Unfortunately, if PREFER_PKGSRC is set and/or if something has already
> installed heimdal, then wireshark only supporting mit-krb5 remains a
> sticky problem...
Well, previous wireshark versions (up to v2.0.4 in pkgsrc-2016Q2) were
happy with the builtin "heimdal" krb5 implementation, but v2.2.0 in
HEAD/pkgsrc-2016Q3 is not, so it limits "KRB5_ACCEPTED" to "mit-krb5"
only and explicitly depends on "security/mit-krb5" via its "buildlink3.mk".
> nobody has come up with a fix for it yet?
Apparently not, although
seems to imply that it is an issue to be investigated.
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